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Women’s Changing Family Role

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A social and historical study of the causes and effects of evolving responsibilities, expectations and ambitions in the home and workplace.

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The Neglected Lives of Loyalist Women

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A discussion of the way the loyalist women in Canada were not acknowledged for their historical contributions.

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Mary Todd Lincoln

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Her life,character, relationships, family life, impact of Presidency andher effects on Lincoln the man and the President.

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Protection Orders for Adult Abuse

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An examination of the process of obtaining orders protecting victims of domestic abuse and the disposition of orders, focusing on St. Louis County, Missouri. Tables…

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Women in the Bible and Early Church

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Relates to how females are treated and assigned social and other roles in the patriarchal early church.

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Social Changes in the Fifteenth Century

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This paper discusses the social changes that came about because of the reduction of population by the Black Plague, warfare, and the invention of the…

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Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women and Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman

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An examination of the author’s feminism and the application of her ideas from non-fictional Vindication to fictional Maria and her family in late 18th century…

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Delayed Childbirth

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An examination of women’s decisions to have children later in life. With reasons for, advantages and disadvantages, pregnancy outcomes and nursing interventions.

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Euripides’ Medea

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A literary review of Medea by Euripides, a story of one woman’s powerful love, dangerous obsession and ultimately, callous revenge.

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